The Waterboys announce extra Yeats date

It's taking place in November in the Grand Canal Theatre.

With March’s initial five-night run in The Abbey Theatre a complete sell-out, The Waterboys bring their An Appointment With Mr. Yeats extravaganza to The Grand Canal Theatre on November 20. Tickets are €44.50.

The show, which comprises of Yeats poems set to music by Mike Scott, will feature an extended line-up of musicians including the legend that is Mike McGoldrick on flute/whistle, Catalan trombonist Blaise Margall and Waterford singer Katie Kim.

 

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